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Albert Street Uniting Church

Albert Street Uniting Church

Albert Street Uniting Church has been a Spiritual Home in Brisbane City for over 160 years. The church is in the decorative Gothic style of architecture to harmonise the style with the requirements of a tropical climate. The most prominent feature of the external design is the spire on the Albert and Ann Streets corner. This rises to a height of 42 metres from the street. The spire continues upward in a graceful and unbroken line, capped by a handsome wrought-iron finial. The Church is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 2pm for prayer and reflection, and is also a…
Brisbane City Hall

Brisbane City Hall

Located in King George Square, Brisbane City Hall is 'the People's Place' of Brisbane. For the past 80 years City Hall has been the backdrop to many of Brisbane's cultural, social and civic events. Brisbane City Hall was re-dedicated to the people of Queensland in 2013 after closing for a historic three-year restoration and repair project. City Hall is open seven days a week with lots of interesting things for visitors to see and do. Visitors can take a free guided tour of the building, view the changing exhibitions at the incredible Museum of Brisbane on Level 3, and ride…
Museum of Brisbane

Museum of Brisbane

At Museum of Brisbane they believe art, culture and history should be experienced. They encourage you to think boldly, share your ideas and challenge your perceptions. From co-creating with artists to reflecting on contemporary identity, their goal is to ensure you have a memorable and insightful experience every visit. They acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Brisbane and surrounds, the Yuggara, Turrbal, Jinibara, Quandamooka and neighbouring clan groups. They are privileged to work closely with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders, artists, curators, writers and storytellers to share and celebrate the rich knowledge, art and histories of the First Nations communities.…
The Brisbane Riverwalk

The Brisbane Riverwalk

Whether you’re walking, running or cycling, the Brisbane Riverwalk is one of the best ways to move between two of the city most vibrant precincts. Linking trendy New Farm with the city, the suspended pathway sits above the water and provides a beautiful view across the river to Kangaroo Point and a fresh angle central business district view. The original floating pathway washed away when major flooding struck Brisbane in 2011 but reopened in 2014 with a new design built to withstand a one-in-2000-year flood. The first walk, constructed in 2003, was a well-used route and the replacement thoroughfare proved…
Ripple Brisbane Massage, Day Spa and Beauty

Ripple Brisbane Massage, Day Spa and Beauty

Ripple Brisbane Massage, Day Spa and Beauty - the day spa that comes to you - relax and they will take care of the rest with indulgent mobile massage and spa packages in your hotel or accommodation. Qualified massage therapists will come to you in all areas of Brisbane, all the way from South Brisbane, the Central Business District and through the northern Brisbane suburbs. Ripple will also come to you in Ipswich. Escape for a while and take some time to rejuvenate with a hot stone massage, pregnancy massage or perhaps try a chocolate, seashell or Russian deep tissue…
Queen Street Mall

Queen Street Mall

Queen Street Mall is a shopping and lifestyle precinct located in the heart of Brisbane City. Home to Queensland’s largest selection of fashion, along the open-air pedestrian mall you can shop an unrivalled mix of more than 700 stores. Queen Street Mall has long been considered Brisbane’s city heart – a place to meet up with friends and family, and to seek entertainment and fun. Big names and flagships take up street frontage, while smaller boutiques and stores are tucked inside world-class shopping centres and heritage-listed arcades on the mall. Drop into QueensPlaza for a five-storey David Jones and three…
Brisbane Arcade

Brisbane Arcade

Built in 1923, the heritage-listed Brisbane Arcade is one of the city's oldest shopping destinations. From Terazzo floors and balustrades to dado panelling, it reflects the elegance of its award-winning fashion designers, manufacturer jewellers, antique and gift stores. Brisbane Arcade is the best place in Queensland to enjoy a unique and intimate shopping experience. Many of the fashion designers and jewellery artisans craft their fine pieces right here in their small storefronts. You can watch them work while looking for a personal piece for yourself. On the top floor you'll also find a classic and quaint tea room, Room With…
Anzac Square and Memorial Galleries

Anzac Square and Memorial Galleries

Experience the quiet solitude of Queensland’s state war memorial and gain a greater understanding of Australia’s military past at Anzac Square. Located in the Brisbane Central Business District, with the spectacular Shrine of Remembrance and Eternal Flame burning at its heart, Anzac Square provides permanent recognition for those who have served the nation and offers a place to reflect on their commitment, bravery and sacrifice. The refreshed Anzac Square Memorial Galleries, curated by State Library of Queensland, are located beneath this historic site and allow visitors to delve deeper into Queensland’s military history than ever before – embarking on an…
MacArthur Museum

MacArthur Museum

The Macarthur Museum is a gallery dedicated to Brisbane's involvement in World War II. Visit the museum to learn about General Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces in the South West Pacific, who used what is now the MacArthur Museum as his base for steering one of the largest wartime campaigns in history. Discover Brisbane's wartime heritage from 1939 - 1945, a crucial period in Australia's history. Visit the office of General Douglas MacArthur, Commander in Chief of the Allied Forces in the South West Pacific Area. Sit at the table where MacArthur and his staff developed strategies…
Queensland Police Museum

Queensland Police Museum

Located at Police Headquarters, the Queensland Police Museum details some of the city's most notorious crimes. There are 25 displays including those describing police heritage, Queensland crimes, police investigative techniques, medals, police women, operational equipment and transport, among others. There are also displays on working units such as the Stock Squad and the Dog Squad. Their simulated murder scene is a popular attraction - come in and try your hand at solving this crime!
Strike Bowling Bar

Strike Bowling Bar

Located in the newly refurbished Wintergarden complex of Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall, Strike Wintergarden is not a normal bowling alley and has raised the bar when it comes to entertainment in the city. Home to 12 bowling lanes, an amazing laser tag arena, pool tables, private karaoke rooms and three exciting escape rooms, Strike Wintergarden is the ultimate place for a great night out!
Holey Moley Golf Clu

Holey Moley Golf Clu

Holey Moley Golf Club Wintergarden is here and we have nine holes for you to putt your stuff around! We hope you’re ready to collect dollary-doos while ‘Makin it Rain’, ‘Drop it Like It’s Slot’ and win big, or see if life is really like a box of chocolates on ‘A Hop, Skip and a Gump’. Worked up an appetite? Pull up a seat and settle in at The Caddyshack. With our new range of cocktail and gourmet kitchen offerings, we’ll take care of all your grub-on-the-green needs.
Fox in a Box Brisbane Escape Rooms

Fox in a Box Brisbane Escape Rooms

Fox in a Box Brisbane Escape Rooms are the largest Escape Room company in Brisbane with six rooms - two Prison Break rooms, Cold War Bunker, Zombie Lab, Tesla's Mystery and Zodiac Killer. Each room can take between two and six players (four is a good number) and they can host up to 36 players at once. Their rooms are also private which means that when you book only you and your friends are in the room - they don't fill up empty spaces with other guests. Real-life room escape games are a type of live game in which people…
St Andrews Uniting Church

St Andrews Uniting Church

Designed by architect, George David Payne, St Andrew's is an excellent example of Romanesque-Byzantine architecture. Features include magnificent stained glass windows by Brisbane artist William Bustard and Melbourne firm, Brooks Robinson. The Peace Chapel contains World War honour boards and a communion set used at Gallipoli. The arched tiered chancel, pipe organ, choir and fine ecclesiastical furniture are impressive. This Heritage Listed Church is open during the week to the public between 11am and 2pm. Guided tours for groups are also available by appointment. St Andrews can also be used as a unique venue for your wedding.
St Stephens Catholic Cathedral

St Stephens Catholic Cathedral

St Stephens Catholic Cathedral in Brisbane city is a 19th Century, neo-Gothic building with a modern extension built in 1989. The cathedral houses striking sculptures and a memorable collection of 19th century stained glass windows from Germany, France, England and Ireland. The neighbouring Pugin Chapel was Queensland's first church and was built in 1850. Within it there is a shrine to Saint Mary Mackillop. Born in Melbourne in 1842, she and her sisters shared the life of the poor and the itinerant, offering special care to destitute women and children. Brisbane sculptor John Elliott sliced, carved and recombined the trunk…
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